Browns analyst Doug Dieken joined Bull & Fox to talk about the quarterback competition between Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel, Hoyer’s advantages in the early going with his experience and understanding of the offense, his belief that there is not enough time for Manziel to win the job by week one, Josh Gordon’s uncertain future and the wide receiver position outlook, Terrance West’s upside in fighting Ben Tate for carries, the unproven players along the offensive line outside of Joe Thomas and Alex Mack, the expected improvement from the pass rush on defense, the upside of the defensive secondary and the difference Mike Pettine is making with this team.
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